##### Jill Taylor

### Jill Taylor

I have always used games as a way to review math concepts. However, TpT has challenged me to make them more meaningful, relevant, and attractive. My students are more likely to buy in when the game has a polished look, clear instructions, and directly relates to the skills they have been learning in class. I have refined many of my own games that are available at Free to Discover. There are also some wonderful games from other sellers that I would like to highlight in this post.

EPSILON-DELTA: #Made4Math: Volumes in Calculus

This is a bundle of all of my Calculus Problems of the Day. Each month contains 20 questions. There are currently 140 questions in this package. (There will eventually be 160 questions as soon as I finish April.) See the link for each individual month to see an expanded preview for that month.

Calculus Derivative at a Point Hangman Game

Continuity foldable for AP Calculus + other free calculus resources on this blog!

I taught the Unit Circle in half the time with twice the retention with this trick! Great supplement to teaching the special triangles! http://geometrycoach.com/the-unit-circle-hand-trick/

Using food to teach calculus concepts. Love this!

Conceptual, hands-on explorations in calculus: gorgeous solids of revolution with craft foam! Even young kids will be able to do that craft with some grown-up help. More #InspiredByCalculus ideas at http://www.naturalmath.com/category/inspired-by-calculus/

Calculus Jeopardy This fun activity is designed for College Calculus 1, AP Calculus AB, BC, or Honors Calculus. It includes material through Unit 4, typically Integration. It makes a great review. The Topics include Limits, Derivatives, Integration, Applications, Random, and Famous. I included Round 1 and a Final Jeopardy Question. It took just under a 50 minute class period and my students (and principal) loved it.

misscalcul8: Trig Unit 4: Unit Circle Interactive Notebook